Defer greek rush until winter quarter

Ending deferred recruitment for fraternities at Cal Poly this fall was a win for gender equality — but that doesn’t mean it was the right decision.

Easter Bunny makes religious holiday a ‘hare-y’ situation

The Easter Bunny demeans the importance of a religious holiday by promoting consumerism.

Students flock to familiar study spot during finals

It boasts being voted the “Best Study Spot.” Who voted it the best study spot? The best study spot out of where?

Spruce up your winter break by volunteering

I realize most of us are penny-pinching, struggling college students surviving off dollar store pasta and Costco pizza, so I’m not asking that you empty your bank account into the nearest Salvation Army collection tin. Instead, I urge you to sign up to volunteer.

Women denied health insurance because of sexual attacks

In the United States, a sexual assault or rape happens every two minutes and 60 percent of the incidents are never reported to the police. In 2007, 248,300 sexual assaults were reported.

Pollan saga highlights shortcomings in Poly’s commitment to free speech

Michael Pollan should have been the only man on stage when he came to speak at Cal Poly regarding farming sustainability last Thursday.

Daily picks best, worst stories

Since this is our last regular issue of the year, the editors have decided to select